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By: Brenton | June 18, 2017

Over the last few years a number of companies have branded themselves in a variety ways to portray them as "the next best thing" in pet care - and mostly targeted dog owners, but have not left any other pets - or in their case, income streams - unforgotten.


Now, in the effort of full-disclosure, I want to make it perfectly clear that I do believe that there is different types of service for different types of people. That being said, I certainly do not support these companies, but that isn't entirely because of the ownership of my pet care business. Since I probably have you thinking, "What?!" now, let's get into the details.

Since the beginning of time, as far as anyone knows, there are bad apples in every bunch and unfo...

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By: Brenton | May 01, 2017

It is such an exciting (and maybe nervous) time getting a new pet. You've looked all over and contemplated what you want in a pet and what the perfect match might be for you and your family. There are so many things to consider when bringing your new pet home or preparing to. Here is an easy Top 10 To Do List for Responsible Pet Ownership:

  1. Perform an "Danger Inspection" of your house and property to see what safety shortfalls might exist for your new friend.
  2. Complete the Contact Us form at our website to set up a free Meet n' Greet and establish a relationship with an Executive Pet Services Pet Care Specialist.
  3. Establish a relationship with an area Veterinarian Clinic
  4. Establish a relationship with a groomer.
  5. Establish a relationship wi...

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By: Brenton | November 12, 2016

PetTech CPR & First Aid Certification Completed

Pet_Tech_CPR_First_Aid_Certified Today, our staff members certified or re-certified in Pet CPR and First Aid. The class was instructed by George Booth of Canine Professional Services. The course details pet saving techniques including immobilization and muzzling, bleeding management, choking management, heat injuries, cold injuries, seizures, shock management, and poisonous substances. It also covers nose to tail pet health assessing. PetTech CPR and First Aid training is designed to stabilize and/or support pets in emergencies and transport them to a Veterinarian. It does not replace the advice or care of a licensed Veterinarian.

By: Brenton | November 05, 2016

We are always doing our best to look to the health and well-being of our clients' pets and that of our human team members as well. Considering this, as a policy when temperatures or windchill fall below 15F, we modify outside type visits (dog walks, etc.) to a short "potty break" and then spend the remainder of the time engaging with them, and generally getting their mind's going and body active. Please, if you have pet jackets or booties or any other protective wear for your pets, have them available so we can see to the safety of your pet while he or she is outside. ALSO, when we are forecast to see significant snow fall, we do make all scheduled visits, however, the timing may not fall within our typical time frame of...
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